WEST SACRAMENTO, Calif. — Negotiations were scheduled to resume Friday between Raley’s and United Food and Commercial Workers Union Local 8 following a vote earlier in the week in which 80% of Raley’s employees voted to authorize a strike. The vote came a few days after Michael Teel, president and chief operating officer of the chain, sent a letter to employees asking them to vote “no," warning them a strike “could prove fatal to our company.” In ...
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